Groundwater sources must be analyzed and monitored regularly to ensure that the water provided is of acceptable quality and safety for consumers. Water management and civic bodies prepare groundwater monitoring reports to document these studies. Here we will look at some highlights of Groundwater Monitoring Reports.
- What does a typical Groundwater Monitoring Report include?
- Why are these reports vital to ensure water quality and safety?
- How does Fielda help inspectors create Groundwater Monitoring Reports?
What does a typical Groundwater Monitoring Report involve:
Inspectors prepare these reports in line with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) guidelines. They usually contain information about the specific well sites and their locations, relevant client details, and comprehensive details regarding site and water analysis. They include study findings regarding water level monitoring, water sampling techniques, water filtering, and preservation protocols, water sample handling protocols, etc. They also have data from site hydrogeological and groundwater flow analysis, and lab results from water samples.
Why these reports are essential to water management companies:
One of the key reasons these reports are required is to ensure compliance with regulatory norms. These reports also help document water and site details over a period allowing for proper analysis and discerning patterns in data. These reports help identify whether the current water monitoring programs are relevant and practical or need changes. They also help discover any pollutant leakages and water quality problems so that the new monitoring plans may be adapted to help control these issues effectively.
How Fielda helps streamline the creation of Groundwater Monitoring Reports:
Since these reports involve data from various sources and different types, consolidating and preparing them can be cumbersome. Fielda is designed to help inspectors quickly gather data using predefined checklists which they can customize and use on the go. This makes it easier to collate information from site studies, groundwater flows analysis, lab sample data, etc. Fielda also helps inspectors accurately map the water sources using advanced GIS technology. They can also seamlessly collect, review and share maps, drawings, and plan documents from their mobile devices.
Adapt: Design and modify Groundwater Monitoring Report checklists as required by EPA and client mandates
Access: Review data patterns quickly to evaluate the effectiveness of current Groundwater Monitoring plans and make changes as needed
Synergize: Collaborate with various stakeholders with easy data sharing and communication using Fielda’s workflow management features.
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